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Bellasera Alpacas Fashions                  

 

Add the fiber of royalty to your wardrobe

Whether it’s jeans or fancy duds, you’ll feel warm and wonderful in this wrap around embroidered cape.

There was a time when only Inca royalty were allowed to wear alpaca. Today, alpaca is still the fiber of royals, but available for everyone.

alpaca rugs, runners, shawsBellasera Alpaca Fashions’ Boutique in the Barn offers a lovely variety of alpaca products. Functional and fancy socks, scarves, and gloves; glamorous, capes, jackets, wraps; sweaters; luxurious throws; rugs and runners; even yarn. Children and adults will find alpaca stuffed toys totally irresistible.

Treat yourself to the fashionable comfort of alpaca. “Soft never had it so good.” Make space in your closet and call for an appointment with a personal consultant, 410.635.3862.

Rugs and runners made from local alpaca fiber.


plush alpaca teddy bears & ponies MD

Plush Teddy bears, alpacas and ponies.

alpaca sweaters MDAlpaca is one of the finest fibers in the world. Alpaca is warmer and softer than wool. Alpaca is extremely comfortable and has 22 natural colors. Alpaca is durable, wrinkle resistant and lightweight. Once worn by Incan Royalty - now can be worn by you! Alpaca garments come in a variety of styles and uses; coats, shaws, hats, sweaters, blankets and much more. Don't miss our shows to see and touch our Alpaca clothing up close.



alpaca jackets/coats MDAlpaca is a renewable resource and Alpacas are never harmed in the harvesting of their incredible fiber.Let me introduce you to the luxurious experience of wearing alpaca garments. You’ll fall in love with the clothing made from the fleece of this beautiful gentle creature. .....

For an air of elegance, wear a stylish women’s alpaca jacket with one front button and side pockets.

A mandarin collar tops an embroidered front and cuffs on these elegant alpaca jackets.

Transform ordinary into extraordinary with these shear alpaca wraps.

Winters are a lot easier to bear with the warmth of an alpaca scarf.